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...uld trade furs and amber for salt, spices and wines of the west, so expect the medieval food to be wholesome and well seasoned ... Tallinn Legends - What is "Tallinn Legends"? ... . Olde Hansa and Peppersack, situated across the road from each other are impossible to miss. Discover the best activities in Tallinn, Estonia. Join this 2 hour walking tour on the haunted streets of the Tallinn Old Town!When the sun goes down, dive into the night and 700 years back in time for the... Before Tallinn was named Tallinn, it was called Reval (or Rewel, Rewal, Revel etc). The legends say that the Danish king V ... Why Tallinn? - VisitTallinn ... ... Before Tallinn was named Tallinn, it was called Reval (or Rewel, Rewal, Revel etc). The legends say that the Danish king Valdemar II was hunting for deer in what was to be the Upper city of Tallinn, when he spotted a beautiful stag, perfect for him. The king was said to have liked the animal so much, he gave orders to capture him alive. We give you the 100% unique Old Town tour experience. That means best "ride" through history full of legends to nowadays Old Town that is full of haunted places and ghost stories. Guide will show you the most interesting places all over the Tallinn Old Town and adds spicy stories of legends and haunting in the city. Information from Viator Tour description. Join this 2 hour walking tour on the haunted streets of the Tallinn Old Town!When the sun goes down, dive into the night and 700 years back in time for the morbid ghost stories and legends and the old myths of this city.Enjoy a hot drink to fend off the chilly Tallinn night and to seek refuge from the harrowing tales of the undead. Tales of Reval is a new way to experience Tallinn. It's an immersive theatre project that combines Free Tour format with storytelling and street performance. Catch our costumed medieval Hansa merchants daily at 10:30 and 13:00 in front of the Tourist Information Centre. Tallinn became a Hanseatic city. The development of trade in Tallinn was based on the privileges received already in the 13th century. Tallinn acquired the right of coinage in 1265 and the warehouse right was granted to the city in 1346....